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Simple Meals for Work, by Deborah Fox, offers the reader a proven way to get organized for healthy eating at work. It shows step by step how to eat right with healthy tasty food. This book is part of a book series by Deborah Fox which deals with nutrition and how to lose weight without having to go through diets and counting calories.
Deborah, her family, and other families have used her method to eat mostly basic, nutritious, tasty food, and they all lost weight and feel great.
Most recipes you will find in Deborah’s book series are based on Mediterranean cuisine because the food is colorful, varied, fresh, nutrient-rich, and delicious. Mediterranean cuisine is based on fresh products, plenty of vegetables and herbs, legumes and grains, olive oil, cheese, and fresh meat.
In Simple Meals for Work you will learn special tips on how to implement eating well easily in your daily life. You will find tasty, easy-to-make recipes organized in a very easy-to-use way and lots of tips for how to get organized to make great food for work.
Healthy food makes the digestive system work well, and that’s how we lose weight. The secret is to stick to guidelines for the amount and quality of food we eat, and that’s very easy. The more nutritious food we eat, the fewer sugars and carbohydrates we need. When you use the suggestions in this e-book, you will notice it yourself.
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During a busy work week, preparing food for lunch
can seem overwhelming, leading many of us to drive through the fast-food lanes
That is a HUGE
I can say this, because I’ve been there, too. The
problem is, not only are most of these foods lacking in nutritional value, they
often contain high levels of sodium, preservatives and unnecessary fats.
We spend most of our days at work; our health
must be our top priority! We can't be healthy and energetic if we don't eat
and drink healthy food. Our nutrition is our fuel.
I’m going to show you, step-by-step, how to take
the hassle out of your daily lunch!
Create a Meal Plan
How can you prepare nutritious lunches for the week
that are fast and easy?
First, you need to spend a few moments planning before heading out to the
grocery store. The first step involved in planning your weekly work lunches is
to create a meal plan.
you plan to serve this week?
Think simply. What items will you eat at work,
including nutritious snacks?
I know that hopeless feeling when I’m packing food
for work. It’s daunting and tiresome! Have no fear—I'll give you the tools and
ideas to get you over the meal-planning hump!
The best way to
approach this is to create a meal plan with a list of everything you will eat
for each meal, noting what will need prepared ahead of time. Doing so allows
you to coast throughout your week without stressing about what you need to
create, buy, or reheat.
If you're like most busy people, you’re not
interested in preparing dinners daily.
This is where “batch” cooking comes into play.
This concept involves making more of an
entire dish, or part of a dish, to be reused at a later point during the week
for work or other meals.
If you cook more than is needed for one
meal, you can eat it again for the next day’s dinner, or pack it in your
Now that you have created a meal plan, you
need to shop for the needed ingredients at your local grocery store. While at
the store, focus on your prepared list and keep these two things in mind:
* Avoid prepackaged items
* Choose the freshest produce possible
Be sure to consider both lunches and
snacks for each work day. Most adults, like children, are hungry during the
mid-afternoon time frame, so plan your snacks accordingly so you won’t be
famished at the end of the day, which can lead to overeating or making bad food
We all need to understand how food has
made us who we are today and how it shapes our future. There’s a feeling of
hope and excitement when picking perfectly ripe tomatoes, or the tastiest
cheese. Preparing food that’s simple and healthy is important, sure, but it
should also be fun. It should inspire us and fill us with wonder; and it should
translate to the rest of our lives. To see how to plan and prepare tasty meals
for work in more detail, read on!
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Hi, my name is Deborah Fox; I am the writer of the healthy nutrition series: "The art of basic food", "Easy healthy breakfasts", "Simple meals for work", "Simple meals for school", "Special meals for outings", and "My secret".
All my nutrition books are based on combination of healthy food nutrition principles with implementation on the Mediterranean cuisine.
Mediterranean cuisine consists of colorful, varied, nutrient, rich and delicious food.
Mediterranean cuisine is based on fresh products, plenty of vegetables and herbs, legumes and grains, olive oil, cheese, and sheep and cattle if you like.
I wanted to share with you my experience of looking and feeling healthy and energetic, it changed our family's life. It all started when I almost gave up altogether weight loss, I found myself eating salad and fattening. Not only didn't I lose weight but I also continued to put on weight.
I deepened knowledge about healthy nutrition. I researched the subject from every possible direction and consulted experts. I built menus, made experiments, updated existing recipes and renewed them. I realized that what we had until now: white flour, white rice, white flour pasta, processed foods, preservatives - In fact not only did not contribute at all to our health but made us all unhealthy and overweight.
I started to cook delicious healthy food, rich in fiber, minerals and vitamins. Gradually my spouse and my 10 years old son reduced about 19 pounds each, My 16 years old son lost about 30 extra pounds, and I lost 13 pounds. Occasionally we all eat sweets or cakes, but it is important to know the boundaries.
There is no need to count calories just be aware of the quantity and quality of the food we eat. If the majority of our nutrition consists of high quality food, exceptions won't change anything. It's not diet!
Healthy nutrition is a way of life. When you get used to it, you just can't go back, you just wonder how you could ignore your own body for so many years.
For more information you can visit my site: www.unreadof.com Yours, Deborah FoxHi, my name is Deborah Fox. I am the writer of the healthy nutrition series: The Art of Basic Food, Easy Healthy Breakfasts, Simple Meals for Work, Simple Meals for School, Special Meals for Outings, and My Secret. All of my nutrition books are based on a combination of healthy nutrition principles using Mediterranean cuisine. Mediterranean cuisine consists of colorful, varied, nutrient-rich and delicious food. It is based on fresh products, plenty of vegetables and herbs, legumes and grains, olive oil, cheese, and meats if you like. It all started when I almost gave up on weight loss altogether. I found myself eating salad and still gaining weight. Not only didn't I lose weight but I also continued to put on weight.
It was then that I decided to learn about healthy nutrition. I researched the subject from every possible direction and consulted experts. I built menus, conducted experiments and updated existing recipes. I realized that what we had been eating - white flour, white rice, white flour pasta, processed foods, and preservatives - in fact not only did not contribute at all to our health but made us all unhealthy and overweight.
I started to cook delicious healthy food rich in fiber, minerals and vitamins. Gradually my husband and my 10-year-old son lost about 19 pounds each. My 16-year-old son lost about 30 extra pounds, and I lost 13 pounds.
We still occasionally eat sweets or cakes, but now we know our boundaries. We have learned that there is no need to count calories but rather to just be aware of the quantity and quality of the food we eat. If the majority of the food we eat consists of high quality, nutritious food, we can make exceptions without compromising our health.
My method is not a diet! Healthy nutrition is a way of life. When you get used to it, you can't go back. You just wonder how you could have ignored your own body for so many years. I wrote this nutrition series because I wanted to share my experience of becoming healthy and energetic. It changed our family's life.
What One Reader Had To Say!
Let’s face it, as far as being fit and healthy is concerned, it’s probably pretty safe to say that a great of us are perhaps not doing all that we can in order to boost our health and fitness levels.
We spend far too much time sat on the sofa in front of the TV, and we eat far too much junk food. worldwide obesity levels recently peaked at an all-time high, which basically means that there are currently more obese individuals on this planet than ever before in previous history.
We spend much of our free time eating junk food and lazing on the sofa, but what about during our work time?
Recently a number of studies revealed that almost 80% of all workers admitted to either skipping meals whilst at work, or simply snacking on convenience junk food pre-packaged or purchased from the vending machine.
For those of you in full-time employment, you won’t need me to tell you just how much time it actually consumes and just how stressful it can be. The last thing you want to be doing is spending your free time preparing bland but healthy meals for work the next day, especially if you aren’t going to enjoy it. Renowned health and nutrition author, Deborah Fox, whose books can be found here, has recognised this fact, which is why she’s compiled this book entitled ‘Simple Meals for Work’.
The book provides easy recipes for work, healthy food for work, healthy nutrition tips, and much more on top of that. I was extremely impressed with the book, and so here is a detailed review.
First off, what exactly is the book about? – In simple terms, the clue is in the title of the book as it covers simple and healthy meals for work. If you’re expecting nothing but recipes then that is most certainly not the case as Deborah has gone into great detail whilst covering a number of topics including healthy food, easy recipes, the importance of healthy nutrition, the benefits of eating healthily whilst at work, helpful shopping and cooking tips, easy to make recipes that are packed full of delicious and healthy ingredients, and much more on top of that.
What types of foods can be found within the book? – Eating healthily and getting plenty of nutrients is absolutely vital and can literally be the difference between life and death in some instances.
The problems that many people seem to encounter are that they don’t really have the time to prepare fresh and healthy meals every day, and they don’t actually enjoy the foods that they think they should be eating. Most people following a healthy eating plan tend to opt for plain and boring foods such as steamed chicken breasts and vegetables, salad with every meal, rice cakes, dry toast etc.
They eat these foods because they think they have to in order to be healthy when in actual fact, there are hundreds upon hundreds of healthy foods and easy healthy recipes out there that they could be following, which Deborah has very conveniently included within this book. The foods contained within this book are largely based upon Mediterranean foods as Mediterranean cuisine is renowned for fresh, rich in nutrients, bright and colourful, and pretty darn tasty as well. Typical examples of the recipes contained within the book include:
- Spaghetti with tomatoes, tuna, and olives - Meatballs in tomato sauce - Pasta with vegetables - Healthy potato chips
There are so many more recipes inside but you get the idea. Personally, so far I’ve tried the spaghetti with tomatoes, tuna, and olives, as well as her homemade chicken patties and I have to say that I was hugely impressed with both. There is also a whole grain rice with vegetables dish that I’m eager to try, in which I’ll possibly pair it up with her meatballs in tomato sauce recipe.
What I liked the best about the book – To be honest I found the entire content extremely impressive, but I especially liked the section in which she discusses the benefits of healthy nutrition at work. I liked how she mentioned that healthy foods could lead to an increase in productivity and mental focus, and how unhealthy foods could affect your mood and performance in the workplace.
Most people shy away from eating snacks whilst trying to be healthy and lose weight, but I enjoyed how she spoke about the fact that healthy snacks can actually be beneficial. The shopping tips were also very helpful and accurate.
Final verdict – Overall I was extremely impressed by the book, it contains helpful and honest advice, the importance of healthy food for work, easy healthy recipes, and much more on top of that. If nothing else, it’s worth purchasing this book for the easy to make recipes alone, as the ones I’ve tried have all tasted great thus far, and are also healthy for me, which is also a welcome bonus. 5 stars.